Princess And The Frog Stereotypes

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The minds of children are like sponges, absorbing everything they hear, touch, and see. They are consciously taught ideas in school and participate in subconscious learning of moral behaviors and attitudes outside of the classroom. Disney is undeniably a large part of most children’s subconscious learning. Regardless of the movie, children are internalizing stereotypes of what princesses and princes do and what they look like. Before 2009, the stereotypical princess was a character being of lighter skin, dependent on men, and being of privileged descent. Finally in 2009, Disney introduced its first African American princess, trying to meet critics’ demands. Although Disney’s Princess and the Frog creates greater diversity among Disney Princess,

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